Jason completed his diploma in Sports Injury Management in 1996 from Sheridan College.
He had the privilege of working as a team therapist for The Toronto Argonauts during the 1995-2000 seasons, earning 2 Grey Cup rings along the way. After the 2000 season, with colleagues from the Argos. The CSRM came to life. Jason has managed and treated patients at the clinic since its inception. In 2009, Jason moved into an ownership position at The Centre and is leading the clinic into the future with patient care being at the forefront. Jason is President of the CSRM.
For the past 14 years, Jason has worked with many different athletes and performers from all levels and many disciplines. His patients include runners, dancers, field sport athletes, ice sport athletes, MVA patients, and the “Weekend Warriors”. Jason uses activity and sport-specific exercises to return patients to work or sport, and an array of manual techniques to promote healing.
In addition to his practice at the CSRM, Jason is also one of the medical coordinators for The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Since 2001, Jason and the CSRM - in co-operation with the Toronto Ski Patrol - has managed and provided staffing for all on-course medical supervision. In addition, Jason supervises and manages staff in the medical tent during the Waterfront Marathon, and other Canada Running Series events.
Jason also has a relationship with Sheridan College and York University, assisting their students with their placements, and offering guidance in the field of athletic therapy as their placement supervisor at the CSRM.